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Courthouse Construction: Sufficient Data & Analysis Would Help Resolve the Courtroom-Sharing Issue
Bernard L. Ungar. The judiciary is in the midst of a multibillion-dollar courthouse construction initiative to accommodate new judgeships created because of increasing caseloads & to replace obsolete courthouses occupied by existing judges. This report reviews & comments on part of the May 2000 Ernst & Young study on the judiciary’s space & facilities program. Specifically, it reviews the study as it relates to courtroom use & sharing. Certain key stakeholders outside the judiciary -- various subcommittees & Members of Congress as well as the Office of Management & Budget -- believe that courtroom sharing may be possible & could lead to cost savings.
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